New Video Emerges Suggesting That the Baltimore Bridge Collapsed Due to Explosive Charges

Earlier today, the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore, Maryland, collapsed following a collision between a cargo ship and one of its support columns. This collision led to the bridge’s collapse.

The Francis Scott Key Bridge is a crucial thoroughfare for commuters, carrying the Baltimore Beltway I-695 over the Patapsco River at the southern edge of Baltimore Harbor.

Official casualty reports are pending, but there are unverified reports of vehicles submerged in the water and multiple construction workers missing.

As of shortly before 5 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time, no individuals have been rescued from the water by emergency crews. It’s noted that a road crew was conducting maintenance on the bridge when the incident occurred.

Two individuals have been rescued from the water, with one sustaining serious injuries and being hospitalized, while the other emerged unharmed. Search operations are currently in progress for the six individuals who are missing.

In the video footage below, the lights of the ship flicker off momentarily before coming back on, suggesting its passage near the support column. Abruptly and without clear reason, the lights on the cargo ship illuminate again as it seems to veer towards the support column and collides with it directly.


The entire span of the bridge collapses directly ahead of the ship. There have been no reported injuries to any crew members aboard the cargo ship.

Numerous questions surround the crash, particularly concerning the purported power outages the cargo ship supposedly encountered just moments before the collision. Despite this, the mainstream media persists in labeling the peculiar collision as “an accident.”

Should we accept that the ship depended solely on its lights for navigation? Was there no backup generator onboard toin case of a power outage? How did the ship collide with a support column on one of the nation’s most vital bridges? Wasn’t there GPS navigation available on the ship?

Independent journalist Lara Logan regarding the “accident” is very different from the reports in the mainstream media.

Independent journalist Lara Logan shared her perspective on the cargo ship’s “accident” involving the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore:

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Multiple intel sources: The Baltimore bridge collapse was an “absolutely brilliant strategic attack” on US critical infrastructure – most likely cyber – and our intel agencies know it. In information warfare terms, they just divided the US along the Mason-Dixon line, exactly like the Civil War.

The second busiest strategic roadway in the nation for hazardous material is now down for 4-5 years – which is how long they say it will take to recover. Bridge was built specifically to move hazardous material – fuel, diesel, propane gas, nitrogen, highly flammable materials, chemicals, and oversized cargo that cannot fit in the tunnels – that supply chain now crippled.

Make no mistake: this was an extraordinary attack in terms of planning, timing, and execution.

The two critical components on that bridge are the two load-bearing pylons on each end, closest to the shore. They are bigger, thicker, and deeper than anything else. These are the anchor points and they knew that hitting either one of them would be a fatal wound to the integrity of the bridge.

Half a mile of bridge went in the river – likely you will have to build a new one. Also caused so much damage to the structural integrity of the bottom concrete part that you cannot see and won’t know until they take the wreckage apart. Structural destruction likely absolute.

Attack perfectly targeted.

“They have figured out how to bring us down. As long as you stay away from the teeth of the US military, you can pick the US apart. We are arrogant and ignorant – lethal combination. Obama said they would fundamentally change America and they did. We are in a free-fall ride on a roller coaster right now – no brakes – just picking up speed.”

The footage shows the cargo ship never got in the approach lane in the channel. You have to be in the channel before you get into that turn. Location was precise and deliberate: chose a bend in the river where you have to slow down and commit yourself – once you are committed in that area there is not enough room to maneuver.

Should have had a harbor pilot to pilot the boat. You are not supposed to traverse any obstacles without the harbor pilot.

They chose a full moon so they would have maximum tidal shift – rise and fall. Brisk flow in that river on a normal day and have had a lot of rain recently so water was already moving along at a good pace.

Hit it with enough kinetic energy to knock the load-bearing pylon out from under the highway – which fatally weakens the span and then 50 percent of the bridge fell into the water.

All these factors when you look at it – this is how you teach people how to do this type of attack and there are so few people left in the system who know this. We have a Junior varsity team on the field.

Tremendous navigational obstruction. Huge logistical nightmare to clean this up. Number of dead is tragic but not the whole measure of the attack.

That kind of bridge constantly under repair – always at night because there is so much traffic and they cannot obstruct that during the day. So concern is for repair guys who were on foot (out of their vehicles) working who may now be in the water – 48 degrees at most at this time of year.

When you choke off Baltimore you have cut the main north-south hazardous corridor (I95) in half. Now has to go around the city – or go somewhere else.

To move some of that cargo through the tunnel you may be able to get a permit but those are slow to get and require an escort system that is expensive and has to be done at night.

For every $100 dollars that goes into the city, $12 comes from shipping. Believe this will cripple the city of Baltimore at a time when they do not have the resources to recover.


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By Hunter Fielding
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